fecking BBC drivel passed of as peak viewing entertainment

ugly

LE
Moderator
#1
Yes fed up of being taxed when all the square box can show is fecking Z list mongs dancing for red noise shoite. Why does the Beeb push its talentless mongs instead of comissioning some decent programmes?
Why am I forced to be taxed for this? :x
 
#2
You've got guns. Put them to good use. I'll sponsor you in a celebrity hunt.

It could be called hunt the cunt and they have to wear big flashing red noses.

You can use braying dogs to add that extra fear.

Who's first on your hunt list?
 

ugly

LE
Moderator
#3
dingerr said:
You've got guns. Put them to good use. I'll sponsor you in a celebrity hunt.

It could be called hunt the cunt and they have to wear big flashing red noses.

You can use braying dogs to add that extra fear.

Who's first on your hunt list?
Surely its "Who isnt on the list?" :wink:
 
#4
Aww boys wait out....next week its Jo Brand as Britney Spears!
 
#5
Bootifull said:
Aww boys wait out....next week its Jo Brand as Britney Spears!
:puker: :pukel: :puker: :pukel:
 
#6
The BBC license fee is unfair and outdated. Why can't we get a choice? I'm a Sky subscriber, don't watch ANY terrestrial TV, don't listen to ANY gobby BBC radio presenters and have still got to pay for it. :evil:
 

Legs

ADC
Book Reviewer
#7
Maybe they should make all BBC Channels Pay-Per-View.




I wonder what sort of programmes they could make with an annual income of £150 (Who here wouldn't pay to watch Top Gear?)
 
#11
EX_STAB said:
No TV. No license fee. Top Gear on iplayer. Job jobbed.
There is still some discussion as to whether or not you need a TV license for iplayer...
 
#13
Bravo_Zulu said:
msr said:
EX_STAB said:
No TV. No license fee. Top Gear on iplayer. Job jobbed.
There is still some discussion as to whether or not you need a TV license for iplayer...
Not if you aren't watching live. Give it a year or two and they'll close that loophole though.
Correct. TV licensing rules are pretty clear on that. Even so I could live without it.
 
#14
How do I get a programme without sign language?
 
#15
dingerr said:
You've got guns. Put them to good use. I'll sponsor you in a celebrity hunt.

It could be called hunt the cunt and they have to wear big flashing red noses.

You can use braying dogs to add that extra fear.

Who's first on your hunt list?

What about doing it for charity and calling it the National Slaughtery. Release a load of celebs and let people take them out. You could bet on who was hunted down and killed first.
 
#16
intergeri said:
dingerr said:
You've got guns. Put them to good use. I'll sponsor you in a celebrity hunt.

It could be called hunt the cunt and they have to wear big flashing red noses.

You can use braying dogs to add that extra fear.

Who's first on your hunt list?

What about doing it for charity and calling it the National Slaughtery. Release a load of celebs and let people take them out. You could bet on who was hunted down and killed first.
Some twat wouldn't play fair by using a nuke!
 
#17
dingerr said:
intergeri said:
dingerr said:
You've got guns. Put them to good use. I'll sponsor you in a celebrity hunt.

It could be called hunt the cunt and they have to wear big flashing red noses.

You can use braying dogs to add that extra fear.

Who's first on your hunt list?

What about doing it for charity and calling it the National Slaughtery. Release a load of celebs and let people take them out. You could bet on who was hunted down and killed first.



Some twat wouldn't play fair by using a nuke!

So tell them all it's a "special" version of i'm a celebrity on an island and we can have a vote on the people and weapons we wanna add. I'm sure it would catch on. Battle Royale could be our blueprint! Here the more i think about this the more i think Channel 5 would go for it.
 
#18
msr said:
EX_STAB said:
No TV. No license fee. Top Gear on iplayer. Job jobbed.
There is still some discussion as to whether or not you need a TV license for iplayer...
Doesn't make it right though ?

Sponging money grabbing barstewards the lot of em. Oh, wait a minute - I live in Canada - wot no license fee - crap I may go and suggest it.

Some of the best TV channels over here are the publicly funded stations that raise their own funds. Ironically they show tons of BBC programs and documentary's.
 
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